World News | New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister Peters will visit India from March 10 to 13

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New Delhi [India]March 8 (ANI): New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Winston Peters will pay an official visit to India from March 10 to 13 at the invitation of Minister of State for External Affairs (AAM) S Jaishankar, the Ministry of External Affairs said. In a press release.

In November 2023, Deputy Prime Minister Peters will visit Ahmedabad and New Delhi in his first visit to India since the new government took office in New Zealand. Earlier he had visited India as Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister in February 2020.

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In Ahmedabad, Deputy Prime Minister Peters is expected to meet the political leadership of Gujarat on 11 March 2024.

In New Delhi, EAM and Deputy Prime Minister Peters are scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting on 12 March 2024, which is expected to discuss the full range of our bilateral relationship with New Zealand.

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Deputy Prime Minister Peters is also scheduled to hold meetings with other dignitaries during his official visit to India.

India and New Zealand share warm and friendly relations based on commonalities of democratic traditions and values ​​strengthened by strong people-to-people ties.

The MEA release concluded that the two countries are engaged in cooperation in various fields including trade and economy, defense and security, education and research, environment and climate change.

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Bilateral relations between India and New Zealand were established in 1952. New Zealand identified India as a priority country in its „Open Door to India” policy announced in October 2011, which was reiterated by New Zealand in 2015. (ANI)

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